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L. BURCH Whatever the demerits of the existing tranquillizers, the feverish search continues unabated. More generally, it is a search for new compounds with powerful effects on behaviour of as yet dimly envisaged kinds. The organic chemist can oblige almost ad libitum, and the key problem is that of devising tests, not for the existing tranquillizers, most of which can be assayed chemically, but for the screening of a host of new compounds in search of the desired properties. A good deal is known about the present drugs neurochemically and even neurophysiologically, but no successful attempt has been made to clarify exactly what effects on behaviour are involved.
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Origins of Madness. Psychopathology in Animal Life by J. D. Keehn